Jul 282016
 
Austrian Rum Balls Rumkugeln in German

  These Austrian Rumballs or in German “Rumkugeln” are almost mandatory for Christmas but, in our opinion, they taste awesome throughout the year. The rum balls are made after a traditional Austrian recipe from the good old times, when the emperor Franz Josef used to reign.  You don’t have to bake them, just make them … read more …






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Jul 272016
 
Traditional Authentic German Austrian Linzer Cake

  The Linzer cake is to be said to be the oldest-known in the world. For a long time a recipe from 1696 in the city library of Vienna was the oldest one known. But in 2005 the library director of the upper Austrian Museum found an older recipe from 1653 of Verona. There are numerous legends … read more …






 July 27, 2016 Posted by at 1:23 am Austrian Recipes, Linzer Cake, Linzer Cake, Linzer Torte Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Jul 232016
 
Austrian German Buchteln Recipe

Buchteln are an Austrian specialty and the most famous ones are served in the Cafe Hawelka in Vienna. The origin of the dish Buchteln is the region of a former German part called “Bohemia” (Boehmen), but the recipes has found its way to Austria and Germany. In German they are called “Ofennudeln” which means translated … read more …






Jul 232016
 
Authentic Recipe Sacher Cake

  The history of the Sacher Cake or Sachertorte in German begins in 1832, when Prince Metternich ordered his personal chef with creating a special dessert for several important guests. But the master chef head chef got sick, so the task was handed to a boy of 16 years named Franz Sacher who was an … read more …






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Jul 132016
 
Bohemian Poppy Seed Strudel

The Bohemian Poppy seed Strudel or “Striezel” is a German baking specialty  that comes from the Polish and Silesian cuisine but also from the Austrian part when it used to be Germany. If you want a “Striezel” you would braid the dough, if you roll it, it is a Strudel. It is made out of … read more …






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Jul 112016
 
Kaiserschmarren Tyrol Style

Kaiserschmarrn Tyrol Style is from the region Tyrol (Tirol) in Austria and the recipe comes from a  “Tiroler Landgasthof” (country inn in Tyrol) where they make it since generations the same way. But let us warn you: It is not a dish for someone who has to count the calories! The Kaiserschmarrn is a wonderful … read more …






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Mar 162016
 
Potato Sterz

Potato Sterz or in German “Kartoffel Sterz” is a dish that comes originally from Austria, and is very popular in Bavaria, especially in lower Bavaria. It is a simple dish that used to be the typical dish of the poor, and it can be made with different ingredients. Instead of potatoes you can use semolina, … read more …






 March 16, 2016 Posted by at 9:22 am Potato Sterz, Potato Sterz Tagged with: , , , , , ,  No Responses »
May 052014
 
Authentic Recipe Plum Compote from Austria

Plum compote from Austria is called  “Zwetschgenröster” in Austria. It is the traditional side dish to Kaiserschmarrn which is very popular in Germany especially in the South. In Germany we make compote (Kompott) almost from every fruit. It is delicious with Griessbrei (semolina pudding) or can create a nice dessert: Vanilla pudding with compote. If … read more …






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